Out gay man runs for Oregon's U.S. Senate seat

The first openly gay man to run for U.S. Senate from Oregon announces his campaign today, according to JustOut.com.
Marc Delphine, Oregon's first openly gay U.S. Senate hopeful. (Courtesy of JustOut.com)

The first openly gay man to run for U.S. Senate from Oregon announced his campaign today at the capital of Salem, according to JustOut.com.

Marc Delphine, a financial planner from the Portland suburbs, plans to run as a Libertarian while emphasizing a campaign of “individual liberty, personal responsibility and equal opportunity,” according to the initial news report.

Delphine is open to gay marriage, non-discrimination policies and personal responsibility. “I will never vote on any bill that would infringe upon your freedoms,” Delphine said on his Web site.

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